When: Wed, October 09, 2013, 08:00 PM - 09:30 PM
Business Administration Building 121,
After staging unprecedented fast paced growth over the past 30 years, China’s economy is becoming more mature and the growth has slowed. In this context, our keynote speaker will discuss implications of the recent slowdown in the Chinese economy, the key influences behind this slowdown and expectations for the future economic growth of China. In particular, the speaker will identify opportunities this next phase of development presents for U.S. businesses and graduates preparing to seize the future while becoming a global citizen and leader. Focus audience is students, professionals, executives and other China watchers with academic interests in Chinese economy.